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Dave the Potter

The late David Drake, also known as “Dave the Potter,” an enslaved African American potter from the Edgefield District, is one of the inductees of the 2016 South Carolina Hall of Fame. David Drake, also known as “Dave the Potter…

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Emerald Triangle – All About the Arts

The Emerald Triangle is a conglomerate of three arts venues in Greenwood, South Carolina: The Arts Council at the Federal Building, the Greenwood Community Theatre and The Museum. The Federal Building contains an art gallery with works of art for…

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The Mask of Lincoln

The Museum in Greenwood, SC presents “The Mask of Lincoln” The Museum and Railroad Historical Center in Greenwood, SC is excited about its newest exhibit which opens on Friday, January 29 from 5:30-7:00 PM. “The Mask of Lincoln” contains portraits…

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Community Theatres

Old 96 District community theaters have quite a following and for good reason! Abbeville, Greenwood and Laurens produce topnotch performances each theater season. Abbeville Opera House has been the sight of many actors flying across the stage in such productions…

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Art, Not Yet Lost

Edgefield Pottery, known around the country as some of the best folk art of the South, is a dying tradition. Over 4,500 years ago, Native Americans along the Savannah River discovered how to create pottery, using spanish moss, palmetto fibers…

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Rails to Trails Sculpture

A metal “Environmental Sculpture” of South Carolina’s state bird, the Carolina Wren, has been installed near the Gazebo in Willington, SC at the trailhead of the Savannah Valley Trail. Another sculpture has been installed on Barksdale Road at the other…

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